Artists’ Health Centre Foundation (AHCF) in partnership with the Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC) and the National Ballet of Canada presents The Choreography of Possibility-Expanding the dancer’s sense of self with Anne Carbert, Career Counsellor and Transition Coach and Dr. Anita Shack
Sunday November 28, 2010
Time: 10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Fee: $40 (20% Discount for TAPA members)
A light lunch will be provided.
Location: The Walter Carsen Centre
National Ballet of Canada
470 Queens Quay West
This day-long, interactive workshop is suitable for dance artists interested in enhancing their personal well-being and broadening their sense of career possibilities. Activities and discussion will help participants expand self-perceptions and create action plans to explore options within or beyond dance. Emphasis will be placed on:
- Removing obstacles to moving forward
- Aligning choices with true values and priorities
- Discovering transferable skills
- Planning next steps to explore new career possibilities
Dr. Anita Shack B.F.A., D.C., F.A.T.A. uses an integrated approach in her work at the Artists’ Health Centre. She combines chiropractic, craniosacral therapy, and acupuncture, customizing care to the individual artist’s needs and goals. Fascinated with the body/mind/spirit connection she is concerned not only with the relief of symptoms, but also with getting at the cause to facilitate change and healing. She has extensive experience working with artists from many disciplines, including: dance, theatre, film, visual arts, music, and writing. Dr. Shack performed as an independent modern dancer/choreographer from 1974-1986 in Canada and the United States and was a member of the Dance Music Orchestra.
Anne Carbert is a career counsellor and coach. She emphasizes meaning, creativity, and quality of life as she helps people to craft satisfying careers. Anne has a master’s degree in counselling psychology and specializes in supporting people navigating unconventional and self-directed career paths. She offers personal development workshops as well as individual counseling.
Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.
To register please contact us by:
Printing off a registration form
to fax or send by mail.
Sessions involve practical components, so participants are asked to bring a yoga mat and wear clothes that allow ease of movement and warmth. For your comfort, this is a scent-free workshop. Please refrain from wearing any perfume, cologne, aftershave or scented products. Thank you.
The Artists’ Health Centre Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.